Kouji Seo's Princess Lucia Manga Ends in October

posted on by Daryl Lee Hale
Digital Manga's Project-H Books imprint publishes fantasy series in English

This year's September issue of Mag Garden's Comic Garden magazine announced on August 5 that Kouji Seo's Princess Lucia manga will end in the magazine's November issue, which will ship on October 5.

Seo (Suzuka, A Town Where You Live) launched Princess Lucia in Mag Garden's Comic Blade magazine in 2009 after publishing it as a one-shot in 2008. Comic Garden replaced Comic Blade in 2014. Mag Garden published the fourth compiled volume in March 2014.

The love comedy manga follows Yuta, a boy who was born in the sixth year of the Heisei era (1994) on June 6 at 6:06:06. Princess Lucia, who is from the demon realm, believes that if she has a child with Yuta, then the child will be extremely powerful. Two angels, Rie and Eru, are working to make sure that doesn't happen.

Digital Manga's Project-H imprint licensed the first three volumes of the series for release in North America.

Seo's Suzuka and A Town Where You Live manga have both inspired television anime adaptations. A Town Where You Live also inspired a video anime adaptation. Del Rey published 15 volumes of Seo's 18-volume Suzuka manga in English. Crunchyroll is digitally publishing Fūka in English as Kodansha publishes new chapters in Japan, and it is also digitally publishing A Town Where You Live. Seo ended A Town Where You Live in February 2014.

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